I use this phrase to describe an experience of a reality I refer to as the 'realm of madness', for which Alice in Wonderland is more or less a roughly perfect depiction. ;) ^_^y
I've experienced the ability to change lenses of how we view reality, and this happens to be a world that feels comfortable to me.
There are two most major points of existence I've spent my lifetime in. One, the realm of logic and reason, where everything must (in perception only) have cause & effect, reality stands upright in a sense filled world. The other, the rabbit hole where no laws are binding and nothing is impossible.
As I mentioned I feel there are plenty of more methods of experiencing life, do you have any that you enjoy or frequent, mentioned here or otherwise? I'm looking for experiences and ideas or details pertaining to what one would consider 'popular' methods of living. Anything anyone feels the impulse or direction to share would be greatly appreciated, however I wonder if this is a question that may be difficult to get responses on until I refine my own perception a bit and have a bit more direction here to explain what I search for or why.
You will never get a perception from an individual view not your own because the perception is something that is and always will be a personal (one) view to that individual.
Why ask a question that can never be answered, unless you where perceiving what that individual was perceiving or viewing, but then again that individual was seeing what "THEY" where seeing and "YOU" never saw (Because it wasn't you).
But lets be magical and take out "Gandalf's staff": When you take the place of an individual, do you "REALLY" see what that individual sees? Or, do "YOU" see what "YOU" want to see? Because you will never "SEE" that "PERCEPTION", of the other self that is not "YOU." :)
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answered 14 Apr '13, 05:42
I own and run the Rabbit Hole....LOL!
When you have MPD (multiple personality disorder) or rather, "Dissociative Identity Disorder" (which sounds ever so much more socially acceptable, even though it's still a circus, no matter which name you call it) as it's called today...well, your mind is like a three-ring-circus, no matter what...
I have been through and years and years of therapy, all of which has perhaps made me more sane and more crazy, all at the same time. I say "more" crazy because now that I know what's wrong, and know how it works, and know what triggers me, I still do "it" anyway, which makes me feel pretty...crazy.
You might have noticed that I might sign a post like this:
This means that it really was the "Cris" part of me that propelled me to write...a way of explaining to my audience the variances in my posts.
Anyway, the Rabbit Hole is not a Pretty Place, all bedecked with roses and lullabies. It has monsters (namely, family members that ought to have their parts cut off), and memories and torture and confusion (like when I woke up and found myself in third grade when just moments before, I was in second grade...cool, huh?)
I really do know that Rabbit Hole well.
I could write more, but I am saving it all for my book, which has been written down in longhand and is now being transposed to the computer for editing and sale...Stay tuned...
Your post gave me a great title for the Book...How does "Down the Rabbit Hole" sound??? (Or has that been done before? Probably.)
Bless you all,
answered 13 Apr '13, 15:54
We are all born into the rabbit hole, everyone is born into slavery mental slavery, knowledge of Christ is peace of mind. He didn't say that he would take us away from the situation but he did pray for our strength and our protection. Perfect love casts out fear, God is perfect love He gave us His perfect love His Son and the Son gave us His perfect love the Holy Spirit.
answered 14 Apr '13, 11:06
Popi Bearcat Gibson
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